1. Video: Climate Change Adaptation Is Half the Battle, Says National Climate Assessment
Adapting to the climate change that is already manifesting is as important as preventing further environmental deterioration, say the convening lead authors of the Adaptation chapter of President Barack Obama’s National Climate Assessment.
2. Photographers Sue to Stop Grand Teton Elk Hunt
© Thomas D. Mangelsen/Mangelsen Stock
A cow elk is dragged by horse to the Blacktail Ponds Overlook during the Elk Reduction Program in Grand Teton National Park. A lawsuit filed on October 20 by two photographers seeks to stop the hunt.
3. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy Talks to ICTMN About Indigenous Knowledge, Stewardship and Tribal Relations
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy
4. Governing and Demagoguery
5. Tribes Seeks Sovereignty Grand Slam With Reauthorization of Housing Act
A house in the Black Mesa View subdivision on the San Felipe Pueblo north of Albuquerque
6. This Election, the People are Singing
Montana’s future voters. Two young advocates took time from the powwow to tell adults to vote because it matters.
7. Actions Define Destiny: Sharing Indigenous Knowledge in South Africa
George Neptune poses with other youth delegates on Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for more than two decades.
8. Historic Arthur Amiotte Exhibit Now on Display at The Heritage Center
Red Cloud Indian School/Arthur Amiotte
World-renowned Lakota artist Arthur Amiotte’s traveling exhibition “Transformation and Continuity in Lakota Culture: The Collages of Arthur Amiotte, 1988-2014″ will be on display at The Heritage Center from November 15 through December 15, 2014
9. Find Your Relatives: Ancestry.com Expands American Indian Collection
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
This image from the Library of Congress is simply titled “Navajos” and is from 1905.
10. Honoring Veterans II: Belated Honor for Code Talkers
11. AIANTA to Introduce Indian Country Tourism to the Chinese Travel Market
12. Check Out 17 Beautiful Portraits from Stone Mountain Pow Wow by Amy Morris
Gaylon Nelson at Stone Mountain Pow Wow 2014
13. That’s so Hawkish! Seahawks Mascot Leaves Handler to Hang With Fans
Taima the Hawk, the Seattle Seahawks live mascot, flew away from her hander to hang out with fans.
14. First Nation Soccer Star in Hall of Fame 100 Years After Death
British Columbia Archives
Harry Manson (bottom row, second from right) helped pioneer the game of soccer. He was inducted into the Soccer Hall of Fame posthumously on November 8, 2014.
15. Must-See Documentary: LaDonna Harris, a Native Ambassador for 50 Years
Actress Cicely Tyson and LaDonna Harris were among a group honored as ‘Women of the Year 1973.’